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The effectiveness of interventions to reduce psychological harm from traumatic events among children and adolescents: a systematic review

TitleThe effectiveness of interventions to reduce psychological harm from traumatic events among children and adolescents: a systematic review
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2008
AuthorsWethington, HR, Hahn, RA, Fuqua-Whitley, DS, Sipe, TA, Crosby, AE, Johnson, RL, Liberman, AM, Mos´cicki, E, Price, LN, Tuma, FK, Kalra, G, Chattopadhyay, SK, Task Force on Community Services
JournalAmerican Journal of Preventive Medicine
Volume35
Issue3
Pagination287-313
Topic 
Publication Category 
Associated Systematic Reviews 
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Violence Prevention: Psychological Harm from Traumatic Events Among Children and Adolescents – Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (Group)
Violence Prevention: Psychological Harm from Traumatic Events Among Children and Adolescents – Art Therapy
Violence Prevention: Psychological Harm from Traumatic Events Among Children and Adolescents – Psychodynamic Therapy
Violence Prevention: Psychological Harm from Traumatic Events Among Children and Adolescents – Play Therapy
Violence Prevention: Psychological Harm from Traumatic Events Among Children and Adolescents – Pharmacological Therapy
Violence Prevention: Psychological Harm from Traumatic Events Among Children and Adolescents – Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (Individual)